Business

Ken Doctor | Nieman Lab | 1/30/2015
Having a built a business model around targeting influentials, Politico is testing how many ways it can replicate it. Why aren’t other news companies learning its lessons?
Lucia Moses | Digiday | 1/30/2015
There is a “heavy dose of skepticism” over whether publishers’ editorial teams can deliver messages that are on brand in the same way an agency would.
Sandra Mackechnie | INMA | 1/30/2015
In 2014, Postmedia’s partnership with a top-tier video provider leads to Super Bowl advertising opportunity.
Mathew Ingram | GigaOM | 1/29/2015
Mashable announced late Wednesday night that it has closed a new round of financing worth $17 million, led by Time Warner Investments —
Catalina Albeanu | journalism.co.uk | 1/29/2015
Tips from the Evening Standard, The Sun and the Daily Mail on what makes a successful campaign.
Jane Martinson and Mark Sweney | The Guardian | 1/29/2015
Andrew Miller to ‘explore other opportunities’ from mid-2015 after near five-year stewardship of publisher of theguardian.com.
Joe Pompeo | Capital New York | 1/29/2015
Peter Kendall has been promoted to managing editor of The Chicago Tribune and Colin McMahon has been named the Tribune's associate editor.
Trent Toone | Deseret News | 1/28/2015
Clark Gilbert was named as the 16th president of Brigham Young University-Idaho.
Alyson Shontell | Business Insider | 1/28/2015

Nick Denton orders the shrimp linguine. He doesn't look at Balthazar's menu; the media mogul frequents the restaurant and everyone from the hostess to fellow diners knows who he is.

 

Jordan Novet | VentureBeat | 1/28/2015
Anews, an international global news-reading service with a built-in behavioral advertising network, has received $2.7 million from TMT Investments, Run Capital, 101 Startup, and several individual investors.
Wolfgang Blau | The Guardian | 1/28/2015
After more than 18 months of development, the Guardian has unveiled a new site for its readers in the UK and around the world
Rick Edmonds | Poynter | 1/28/2015
I think the Times’ and the Sulzbergers’ situation are so different that a sale anytime soon would be extraordinarily unlikely.
Rui Kaneya | CJR | 1/28/2015
So far, the network has done little to distinguish itself—and observers doubt that it will.